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LONDON - AUGUST 28: Talking Gollum dolls are seen at "The Fellowship Festival 2004" aimed at J R R Tolkien fans, at Alexandra Palace on August 28, 2004 in London. The Lord of the Rings-themed event features merchandise exhibitions, signings and presentations by experts from The Tolkien Society, and festivities run into the evening with a Bilbo Baggins Singalong and The Fellowship Feast. (Photo by Dave Etheridge-Barnes/Getty Images)

Let’s go for a walk, hobbits. 

According to Variety, Warner Brothers and J.R.R. Tolkein are talking to Amazon Studios to make a series based on the ‘Lord of the Rings’ books.

While working toward a perspective series, it’s hard to know what direction it would go in. If it would be spin-offs of what was in the books, (because let’s face it, there’s a ton of material), or if it would be revisiting the same world that Peter Jackson has worked with.

It’s not finalized as of yet, so those headlines that it’s ALREADY HAPPENING are false, but CEO Jeff Bezos is personally involved in the negotiations, so that’s gotta be pretty legit.

So, pack your bags because it’s time to “Ramble On.”

"I'm Going on an Adventure!"

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